Conference Programme (Day 2)

08:30-09:45 Session 4 : Management of census geography

08:30 08:35 Introduction by chair : Caroline Escapa (Statistics France)
08:35 08:55 Improving quality and added value of geo-statistical units : Ignacio Duque (Statistics Spain)
08:55 09:15 Egyptian Experience in integrating statistical and geospatial information : Mennat Allah Anwar, Ahmed Hashim (Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), Egypt)
09:15 09:35 Summing up by chair : Caroline Escapa (Statistics France)

09:45-10:40 Session 5 : Environment Statistics

09:45 09:50 Introduction by chair : Patrick Sillard (French Ministry of the Environment, Energy and Marine Affairs)
09:50 10:10 Compilation of land use statistics using GIS : Emil Vågnes (Statistics Norway)
10:10 10:30 Integrated system of natural capital and ecosystem services accounting in the EU – an introduction to the project from a geospatial perspective : Ekkehard Petri (European Commission)
10:30 10:40 Summing up by chair : Patrick Sillard (French Ministry of the Environment, Energy and Marine Affairs)

10:40-11:10 Coffee break

11:10-11:40 Keynote

11:10 11:40 Why does using individual and geocoded data matter in urban economics ? : Pierre-Philippe Combes (Lyon University, Sciences Po Paris)                     

11:40-12:45 Session 6 : Big data and Earth observation data in official statistics

11:40 11:45 Introduction by chair : Jerker Moström (Statistics Sweden)
11:45 12:05 EO4Urban: Sentinel-1A SAR and Sentinel-2A MSI Data for Global Urban Services : Yifang Ban (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
12:05 12:25 Cop4Stat_2015plus – Analysis of COPERNICUS remote sensing data for areal statistical purposes : Stephan Arnold, Thomas Wiatr (Federal Statistical Office (DESTATIS) Germany)
12:25 12:45 Collaboration to produce official statistics from satellite data products from the Australian Geoscience Data Cube : Martin Brady, Matt Jakab, Richard Dunsome (Australian Bureau of Statistics)

12:45-14:00 Lunch break

14:00-15:30 Session 6 : Big data and Earth observation data in official statistics (continued)

14:00 14:20 Integrating Geography and Statistics, but what about Earth Observation ? : Ola Nordbeck (Norwegian Space Centre)
14:20 14:40 Mining Mobile Phone Data to Recognize Urban Areas : Stéphanie Combes, Marie-Pierre de Bellefon, Maarten Vanhoof, Thomas Plötz (Statistics France; Orange Labs – University of Newcastle, United Kindom)
14:40 15:00 Global Population Distribution: a continuum of modeling methods : Greg Yetman, Kytt MacManus (CIESIN, Columbia University, USA)
15:00 15:20 Merging big data and official statistics for modelling statistical commuting : Pasi Piela (Statistics Finland)
15:20 15:30 Summing up by chair : Jerker Moström (Statistics Sweden)

15:30-16:00 Coffee break

16:00-17:35 Session 7 : Geospatial Analysis Best practices 1

16:00 16:05 Introduction by chair : Ng Siau Yong (Singapore Land Authority)
16:05 16:25 Exploring Europe's border areas with the help of geostatistics : Hugo Poelman (European Commission - DG Regional and Urban Policy, Belgium)
16:25 16:45 Fly across the boundary: A tracing of actual movements in air transportation network : Dongkun Yim, Suyoung Kang (Department of Geography, Seoul National University, South Korea)
16:45 17:05 Income levels and inequality in metropolitan areas: a comparative approach in OECD countries : Justine Boulant, Monica Brezzi and Paolo Veneri (Regional Development Policy Division, OECD, France)
17:05 17:25 Geospatial Data and Statistics at Austrian Post Office : Karel Mauric, Simone Ortner (HQ of Austrian Post, Vienna, Austria)
17:25 17:35 Summing up by chair : Ng Siau Yong (Singapore Land Authority)

19:30-22:00 Conference Dinner sponsored by Insee and IGN


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